Monday, March 7, 2016



Triggers are things that can bring on migraines. They vary from person to person. Often it’s a combination of triggers that can set off an attack. Common triggers may be related to your diet, body, and environment. Download the Migraine eDiary app to help you track your triggers and migraine symptoms. Dietary Aged cheeses Soy products Hot dogs Lunch meats Alcohol (often red wine) Caffeine (too much or withdrawal) Skipped meals Monosodium glutamate (MSG, found in some canned and processed foods) Aspartame (artificial sweetener) Physical Feeling worn down Hormone changes Being tired Stress Too much or too little sleep Environmental Weather changes Light (bright, fluorescent, flashing, or flickering) Odors and pollution (smog, smoke, perfume, chemical odors) Symptoms Migraines can cause throbbing headaches that can vary in intensity. However, they can also be accompanied by sensitivity to light and sound, as well as nausea. Find out if you’re experiencing headaches or migraines with our ID Migraine™ quiz.

Thank you Hardy for the photo. We love you little doggy.

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